aerobic respiration


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aerobic respiration

1. Respiration using oxygen.
2. In living cells, a process that uses oxygen to break down complex molecules into simpler ones, releasing energy.
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Conclusions: The present study provides experimental evidence that fornix DBS could significantly improve hippocampal glucose metabolism in aged mice by promoting cellular aerobic respiration activity.
Permeability should be lower than the carbon dioxide rate produced by fruits and their oxygen consumption due to aerobic respiration (EDAGI; KLUGE, 2009) keeping C[O.
2010); and the capacity of aerobic respiration to supply metabolic energy at high pC[O.
This alternation between periods of hypoxia, waterlogging, and normoxia relieves the pressure of oxygen deficiency stress by returning the soil to field capacity, which causes aerobic respiration to return, which in turn restores the energy level that is necessary for plant growth.
ETS induces underlying cerebellar mitochondrial subproteome perturbation and up-regulates aerobic respiration machinery.
3], being a strong oxidant, affected crop growth, and as result, microbial oxidation and aerobic respiration were severely affected due to reduction in the production and metabolic activities of the plant roots (Rennenberg et al.
Carbon dioxide is a natural byproduct of aerobic respiration and is released through all biological processes in mushroom production, including substrate preparation (under aerobic conditions during Phase I and Phase II composting) and the cropping process.
He said: "There were good genes, things positively affecting performance, such as better aerobic respiration, giving them more stamina.
rate of anaerobic and aerobic respiration, and the tolerable duration of
Cellular integrity depends on the uninterrupted delivery of O2 to sustain aerobic respiration because O2 storage systems are lacking.
They engage in aerobic respiration just like you or me, but they have huge pumping rates and very high metabolic rates.